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The role of a manager is often defined from a business point of view only.
But what about THE ROLE OF A MANAGER FROM THE EMPLOYEES POINT OF VIEW? (thread)
1/ Managers talk so clearly & concretely not to be misunderstood. They don’t clarify misunderstandings but prevent them.
2/ Managers give early and frequent feedback.
This helps workers know when they're going off track before it's too late. It thus prevents frustrating surprises or wasting efforts on actions that cannot be rewarded.
The paper answers the question of "why do people cooperate by sharing resources"?
Common answers include reciprocity ("I help you today so you help me tomorrow") or specialization ("I share my food and you share your tools").
Does Omicron having lower fatality rate than Delta mean that it's milder?
Does a peak in cases during a mask mandate mean that masks do not work?
No. Let me explain it using counterfactuals
Example 1: Does Omicron having lower fatality rate than Delta mean it's milder?
Counterfactual: if Omicron was as severe as Delta, would its fatality rate be lower?
Answer: yes, bc of the below
Conclusion: Omicron's lower FR doesn't imply it's milder
WHY DO MASKS SEEM NOT TO WORK?
Because contagion still happens where people don’t wear them (restaurants, households, etc)
Does it mean masks are useless?
Let me explain. First of all, a single unmasked exposure can be enough to cat the virus.
This means that if I wear the mask 95% of the time than go eat at an indoor restaurant while cases are high, and I catch the virus, it doesn’t mean masks don’t work.
In our brain, there are not one but two decision-makers:
The PLANNER (our cortex), which suggests what we *should* do
And the GATEKEEPER (our basal ganglia), which decides whether to do it
The interaction between the two determines most of human behavior
THE ITALIAN 110% SCHEME
Italy is wasting the money of Europeans on a poorly-designed scheme to improve the energetic efficiency of its buildings at excessive costs (up to 85%+ of building value) and earthquake resistance of buildings in areas with no earthquake risk.
First, an example. I know of an apartment valued at 95k€ ($108k) for which the Italian government is paying for a 81k€ ($92k) intervention to improve energetic efficiency and re-do the facade. That’s 85% of the house value. The cost for the landlord: 650€ ($740).
Stopping elective surgeries
Before mandating N95 for all hospital personnel
Before improving their air quality
Closing domestic retail
Before controlling international travel
Asking for more or less mandates
Without first wearing N95
We’ve lost our minds
The messaging should always have been, from minute one:
“masks partially reduce risk; N95 more than surgical, surgical more than cloth, cloth more than none; depending on risk, higher grades are required”
Instead we got black-&-white recommendations misleading & breaking trust https://twitter.com/bryan_caplan/status/1478409951097892868